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VI.. t'rliUy. Kl. II. ist:i.
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Agents for the Caledonian.
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XVhr.l.sk VI.-HA-K
Thr I'lirml-, ol liex. I.-aae Ilxatt
uill ini't't at tln-ii liall on 'l'liiu
I
'
i--niiijr. l'uli. 'Jl). at 7.:1 oVlork, ful
doiiallon vi-it.
"liook-aml We.idiiif;," xxill be tli
siihjert of l lcrtuie at tlie ('hiiieh ii
the Mci iali. iicxt
fl irt-x i-.milnrlli
It li.:ll o'clork.
The Iloai'l t Auliriillillc. .Maim-
t'ii.-tiiiff, aiul .ilinini; ill lioiit a nnt'i-
in at Liineiilui;;h. Tiii'Mla. and
r.lii. Mkiv. lVh. Irth and l!th. 'I'lu-
laimi i.- irlii'iall . and nll omri- iiihm-
. vi.-il. aic initi'd to att.'inl.
1U aiheiti-fini-nt it ill -i-i-n I a -top to it. m uill thi'. tmn a rold
that I lowell V Iaili;. - .M iii-trcl tioupc Uhonhh'i and thn-di-hi'ai tun tlii-olliri'i.-alid
lna hainl .Mi' I" jriv t o cnlei - aml ein oiiia'ji' thf i iiiinnii'- Wc tl lls-t
laiinm nt-ai tln- towi hall. Frh. -Hth ! oiu olli.-.-i - ina.x l-e -uppoi lcd, aml al
anil -th. If iiiuiilii-i- ill niake a f:ood thon'l a li-v ;iii palacr-ina -hut np
kIii.w thr
aiheiti-i
, oiight to gixe one. a- they
Jll pel foi lllel.-.
Tln n- wa- not a veiy laie audi-eiiii-
at the town hall l hear .li
t;iegin K.id. hut tho-e that didatlend
weie well ple.i-ed with the enteitain
mcnt. Allhoiiuh .Mi !ieoi, wa af
tli. lid with a rold. linnt of the M'leetions
uili'W'ill 1 1' 1 1 I -)( I . aliil i I i ll oni
healtx applail-e.
l'l.i-iei l'.iothfl-. of I. lidi.nx ille.
hae lea-eil the paiut -hop foiiueth e-
riipied l lian.l.ill .V Kn.ip. m-.it the
depot. in thi- vilhme. and opened a
paint lon .Hnl -hop. Thc I'l.iim to
he nien of epei lem e in theil line of
lili-liie . and 1110110-e to krep what i-
liiilrh lieedi'd heie, a lil-t-i las-' Un ill ,
all ieperts.
Me-.ii-. Sinith iV Calhiaith. of I'a
-iiinp-ie. who-e ail ei ti-eineiit appear.
iii oni paper. have pie-ented II- a
-pecilneli of theii woik in the -hape of
a hiooin. of theii maiinfactnie. whieh
ha-Noine mixeltie- aliont it. and ae
loiiling to oiu iilea i-i .ihoilt the leM
r.ni-tliii'ted aitirle of the kiml we have
m i seeii. We have no doill.t au nian
. onhl make hi- uife -inile l pueiit
iii); her with one. Ti it.
I.a-t Jnl .Mi. I..I.miI went inlothe
lii.iel at St. .lohnsliiux t'entle. aml an
iiiiiiiii ed an eiiteitainineiit in the tollow -ing
inannei : "No Kimi ! No lleel ! No
Maiii'ing! The pnl.lii-inxited." It ap-ieai-
Ml. L fotil ha-got lnaxelx oxei
.ill ot the.-e di-ea-e.-. Uanring i- of
I'lminioii iK'i-nriem'e in lii- hoii-e. aml
.i line of S'iH. foi -elliiif; liiin, look-.i-
thoiiKh he did Miniethiii;; in that
l.ii-ine--. Is it po ihle for a nian to
keep a hotel and not mOI iiiiii
A papei xxa5 ein-ulated thiough the
liaiboad -hop- at I.x ndoiix ille, aml,
-mued b.x all ihe xxoikuieii. with oue
ereplioii. leipie-ting tlie di-i-oiitiiiu-ain
e .t the -ah-nf all kiml- of liipior
lii that pl.n-.-. The leip.e-t i- to he
pie-ented io the de.ilei-aml a le.i-on-.il.le
tiine gix en to rlo-e oul. and it thex
di. not eomplx I ll.-x willbe plo-i rllled
to the eMelit of the l.tw . Thex exident
Ix ineaii bitshuns lli thele. Who xxiil
I'lii iilate -iieh a paper iii thi- village .'
... , . . ...
Weheai ol iiute a n.unl.ei ot peo- ,
.lewhoaie plaiming Io eie.l hiiii-e.- j
.iin.tliei -iiininei iii oiu xi.iiiitv. Fioni
ili,. ...II in l.ii.-l ,,, ,u ... - it i 1.
ml'elied that -ome l.iiildin"- uill lie
eiieleil of b.iik ipiite a lUlluber ul'
tliem. ol a fexx laige one-. It xxill he i
xm'U to in i in aiii.mg biiihling- of xxood
Iin.ii- luirk one.- thali xxe Uoxx haxe.
.1- ihex -eixe oflen to eln.k liie-.
riilthilinole. if liglltlx ioii-Ii ilrled.
lliex aie bettei thau iho-e built of xxoixl.
and li.it iiuii'h niole eien-ixe. eoli-id-i
i mg the .-ax ing of paiut.
FHrniers' Festival.
I'he faiiuei- of ('aledouia eoiiutx aml
xii'iuitx xxill h.,1.1 a faiiuer- festival al
the Ave.iue Iloii-e llall. .-t. .lohii.-bui.x .
Salillda.x. 1'eb. --d. The exeni-e-w ill
roii-i-t of aihliee-. ili-eii ion-. and
soiig. The lailtoatls xx ill rai ry foi faie
one xx ax .
A Would-be Victim.
We learn that a nian at L.x iiilonville
xxho goe- In ih,. iniiue of Capl. Wilbui.
le.eixed .i l.ox bx e.ple. . niaiked "('.
'. D.." aml a biil of thiltx dollal- Io
pax on il. Noxv it so happeneil that
tln- ( apt. xxas .-liuit of fumls aml couhl
nol p.i.x the little bill -oas toget po e.--moii
of tlie iiiiii li eox eted box ; and al-o
i l.iuiii'd that the jiarties agieed to seml
it e.ius paid. The expies- agent
xxiote to New Voik in lefeleliee to the I
m.ittei Iuii I'ouhl liud notliiug of the
paities fioin w hieh the t'apt. -aid the
ho i-aiue aml so he opened the box
mil foiinil il to roiitain. -axxdust! It
.xa- too bail the ("apt. eonldn't tai-ethe
xx ind aml take the ho. so a- to have
Mitleieil to the ful' extent for hi- at
teiiipted l oiiiiteifeit nioiiex -eheine.
Accidents.
I..i-t Mondax inoi ning. .Mrs. t'ale.
iiiother ot .1. X. Cale of I'oitlauil stteet.
fell on the iiu and luoke one of hei
anns at the elhow.
l-ust Satiudax a- Mi..Io-eph Covenx
wa eio ing . liulioad traek on I'oit
lauil -tit et an engine eame dowiionthe
i K K. tr.i.-l. aiul wlii-lh il. which
tiighteneil Mi t'meiix-- hoi-e, and in
tryinp ti hnhl hiin up f'oveny litl not '
nb-ervc a londi .1 r.-ir minjj on tln- V. ' ;ie the henrt and strrn.nthen tlii' hand
' . I li., iu.lil it xxas witliin iiliuut of thcir patnr and liiend, by their
txxc lx t-leet of hiin nutl he .ju-t on the Uriendlx and suhstantinl (11)0.) and t
tineknfthut i-u.ul. Witli fjient clfoit e.itfs-to an cninrst aml fnithful inin-tha-
hor-r xxa- tiirned partlv aiound. so i-ltT a fienemiis iippii riation of liis in
tliat the rnr ; tl url. its side, aiul tilined tcie-t ai:il fllni I.-. Siieh intervioxxs aie
hiin rlear loiind. ruttiiif; liis side bnillx , , as llnwci- iilotijj lil'c's pathxxny, to pas-
di-nblin;: Iiini for a time at Ica.-t. Mr.
! i -i i ron-idris it verx fnrtmiutf that
he e-raird iinhai inrd. a- the ear xx as
roniin;; at thr rntc of :i(l miles ati Iioni,
u ith iio I'tiinc nttaclinl to lianille it
w ith ur ;ix r xxarniii"; of its appioacli.
Beer Seizure.
Lnt l'lhla.x nifjht nur polirr foiee
niadi' a laid upon the beer .-elleis of
tlii- illn";e. aml the lesiilt xxas the
-eizilie ol txxo ra-U- ot Iicit at the d
poi. HialKI'll io .. M. I illik ; iuii ant
om-lialf r:i-k- of Immt and onc liaiii'l of
I'idiT at Krinl:tll'- ; and ont'-lialf cak
of Ih-im at C. S. Ilastiny;-.. Wi- iindi'i--tand
that -inii- !a.-t D.tol.i i Mi. fook
har. Iiad 1 J rai-ks of Immt at this depot ;
a kxrw iinantit , it -i cni.- to u-. foi a
uiiiii no i iin- a pio isiiin ano i iiichi'n
. - .toic. Don't sappo-i- ln- M'lN it, at hi.-
plaee of lui-inc . , and can liaidlx ron
r'if w hat lic -honld want of micIi a
iiiantit. t'an it hc that hc -cll- liini-M-lf
foi a rat" paw in a liu-iiu't that
In uoiihl imt i-ariy on iiniler 1 i own
loof.' It i-iiili'i' idrnt that dinnki'ii-iii"--
ha- Imtii oii the iix-ii-a-i' in oiu
vilhifjc for -ouir tinif pa-t. V hear
of nien. 1hi and -.miiihmi licin driink
in oiir tii'i't.-. and M' aie jilad to M-e
uoini'.-tii niadc to -lo it. 'I'lic iiu"
t'on loini'n np. will oiu riticn- tanl
t and -nppoit thcii ollU-i'i.- in pnttiiii;
I -l.op. the jjenel.il plo-peiitx of our
I - in iuii 1 1 i I will l.e iiiipioxed. It i- not
i all idle talk that the getling of -iiong
diink in thi- xillage, i- an ea- matter:
' ex en ..iuii; luix -ean go to eei t.iia plare.-
aml get w hi-ke . in, ete.. lx the pint
n j 1 1 ;t : l . Ve-. tluoiii;h -m-h nieiliiun
' we heai of .-onie old driinkai d- gettin;;
their -npplie- legill.ulx . ol .1- ofteli a-
thex i-aii lai-e the fiuul- to pax foi it.
, We liiliex e all go.iil rilieli- will help
J -top -nrh -. I u 1 1 -. .In-tiie .lohn-
I -on oiileied the lieel de-tioxed and it
j wa- aeeoulilixlx d.ine. i
V. S. -It will he .-. en lix the li-t of
fllie- that paitie- weie ilii-.. ul.il on
w lio-e pl eliu-e- no liitcu or l.eei was
Iuii nl. liiu w ho deal ill il to
tent.
I'he line- weie a- follow-: S. I..
Kemlall. Iwo ollenre-. aml . o-t-;
V. A. lliguin-i. two olfen.ex. aml
fo-l-: W. N. Kamlall. two olieme-. .f'JO
aml o-t-: S. A. Wliu'ht. two otleiire-.
f-JII and ro-t-. ; ('..--. Ha-linj;-, two -ee-iiml
..ll't ii.-f-. and o-t-.
Fire at Miles' Mountain.
'I'he luml.er mill of l.aniheit lla-ting.-
.'-on-, in ( on. -old. wa- lnuiied la-t
Wedne-ilax night. The liie wa- di
io I'li'il al'oiil II oYlot'k. aml i- -np-po-ed
to h.ixe lieeii rail-ed lix fiii tion.
The -toe in the mill ua lett ill a .-ate
roiiditioii. The mill had lieeii lereiitly
-ilpplie.l uilli new machineix. I.o ,
slll.lllKI. and no in-iiiaiice. We aie
exreedinglx -ol i x on airoiint of thi
lo to liie ownei-. aml that it niax
pioxe a -I'lioiih iiiconx enieli.-e to ieople
in oiu plare. who roiitemplate lniildiiig
net -iiiiinii i .
Another Sudden Death.
, Iiex. Wolx'lt Soiithgate died snddeii
llx.at Wood-io. k. I"eh. iith. lli- i-. it
1 oiu lei ollci liull i- not ill taillt. the lil'lli
I -i.dilen death in that town. within the
la-t iluee month-. .Mi . Soiithate
I In- fathel of the iii
l'liiu. h iu thi- x ill.m
ol Ihe Noith ,
fl... -,.il-l... I.
'.... I i; i xi the lidloxx iu a.. ouut of thr
i riirniii-laii. e-allemling .Mi . Soiitlmate"-
death :
' e-teida ('I tl II I da ) at .il.oiit mion.
a- the l!ex. Ifol.eit S.inthgate. xxho wa-i-itin-;at
the lioii-- of hi- -on-in-law.
' Mi. Kdw.ml I latia. ot thi-, pla. e. wa-
uoili;; al.nin the -t leet neail.x in fiont ot
ine i iuii 1 iioii-e. ne wa- Miiineiiix
-in. ii ux ai:iopiex .iuii ii-ii io ine
, H,. wa-heli'.e.l npan.l a-i-le.l
, 1 ;1 i,:,V hon-e neal the foot of the
pai k. xxheii. -ax iuii he wa- alile l. w.ilk
withoiit .lid. he weni uilo the hoi.-e. -at
doxxiiou a -ola. and xxa- -'ou alt.-i
loiuiil ox a nienil.el ol tlie laiiulx . iiiule
dead Ile had l.een ill fll hi- u-nal
lieallli unill tlie lllomelit ol III- lailing.
.Ml. S. xxas boin at I'oitlauil. .Maiin
.Iali. -J.-th. IMI-. Ilegiailualeil at llow
doili follege. in the ila.- of ' '"I
.in. i... ii.i- ...... MJ.,, .. ...
-Iiiilx at Auilox erTheiilogieal Seininar.x
aml -peni a xeai at Vale. At alxiut the
xeai l:tl. Iii- xa- -ettled oxer the t'on
giegational t'hiili'h at thi- plaee. aml at
ihe iiine ot hi- derea-e xxas pastoi of
the Coiigiegatiolial ehuieh al White
I'ixei xillage.
.Mr. Mnithgate'-appi aram-e xxa.- that
oi'rathei a tall. -pare iiiau. of leiuaika
l.lx plea-ant address. Of tlie luiiiil of
the ui.iii xxe haxe nol tiine to .-peak,
aml xxill onlx sax, in ihe xxoids of one
xxho knexx 1 1 iii well, "thele ean be
nothing .-aid too uood of hiiu."
Hardwick.
l'heie is to be a Masonie.Iubileegiven
by the Caspiau Lake l.odge. at l)ie-uan'.-
Hotel, Ilaidxvii k, 1'iiilax exeniug.
Feb. -Jl-I. Hoii-e's full banii. of Wil-liam.-tow
ii. xxill fiuni-ih the niu-ie. The
I. O. Railioad xxill eairx forfaieone
xva.x . Membei- of the oider and all
other- that attend inax feel assuieil of
a plea-aut tinie.
Passunipsic.
The lil-l ol the eoiirse of telupeiaiire
, ,t.tuie
eveiiin
it thi plaee, xxa- hehl Tue-day
Feb. Ilth. Uev. .Mi. Spemer
being sirk, Kev. L, ). l!ia-tow gaxe a
highly inteie-ting and in-trin'tive lee
tilie, xxhirh xxa- listened to xxith atten-
tinli. The rhoii siitig some stiriiiig
teinpeianru -ong- xx hich added iniirh to
the inteie-t of the ineeting. The au-
dieme xxeie so xxell plea-ed that thex
xoted to hohl xxeekly ineetings afler the
net leet iu l- b.x liev. I!. M. Tillotson
Feb. -rnh.
Lyndon.
The sorial gatheiing and donation in
leuieuiheiaure aml for the benetit of
I'ev. I). II. Ail.iin-. at Lyndon ('entie,
Tue-d.ix afteimxin and evening last.
xxas a plea-aut atl'air. A gootl nuinlieri
xveie piesent to tnake hapi the lioui '
with xvords of gnod oheer, and cncotir-
ii 1 1 1 people, atlViiilin additional
to hentt aml life of cacli.
Im.m;.
Qaot
A daiifjhti i of .Mi. .1. H. Ueny, agt d
lv! -ai.-. a- M-veiL'ly injiiii-il whih'
roa-tin on the i-Vfiiini; of the lith inst.
Tlie injui a in her haek aml par-ah.-i-of
the linili- i- gieatly feaied.
We hope this ai'rident will piove a
uarniiii; to the ehihlien and all othei
i to de-ist fiom eoat iiift in the Iiighuax
and that the ollirer.- who-e dnt it i-.
will ee to it that the Iaw in thi- diree
tinii i- piopell.N enfoired.
ev. Kduaid Clexeland, pastorofthe
( 'oiii;i egatioual rlinirh fioni to
S."I. i- iinu in towii spendiiif; a few
das with hi- old people. Mr. ('. a
a faithfnl and etlii'ient inini-ter to thi
peojde. Aboiit lifty peison- weie ad
ded to the ehiiich diiriiig the tive year.
of 1 1 1 - niinitiy. Ile marks the growth
of the phu-e aml thinks he hoiihl not
have know n it had he not known he
wa- eoming to I'alxit.
'I'he prai-e nieeting hehl at the Con
giegational rhliirh last Siinila, eveniiiff.
Hiin a er pleasant atl'aii. ISev. .Mr.
C'lexelaml (iiientioiied ahove.) deliv
eied a ver intcre.-tiiif; and alile ad
die. . wliich honed deep -tmh and
-rliolaih attainmeiit-.
-l .x 1 K si:xv-.
Ka-t Montpelier elaim- the ehainpion
"dead lieat." lli- name i- Axeix t'liin-iiiing-.
aml he i- a -torkhohlcr in the
Ycinioiit aml t'.inada l.'aihoad. aml
wanted to attend the aiinnal nieeting
at St. Allian-. (If coiii.-e the r.iilioad
ia ed hiin. aml. as he wa- oldiged to
-tax oxei night. he .-leit in an aim ehaii
at the hotel. Six eent- w oi t h of eiarkei-fuini-hed
hiin with -npp.-r aml lueak-
f.l-t. '! '(!.
Not -o inii. li of a "dead heat" afler
all. The pin.r fellow , if he owin'd and
paiil foi iiiueli .-tock in the Canada rail
load. inii-t haxe l.een "lieat" ont of hi-niom-x
lix the managei.- of the lo.nl.
and luekx for hiin if he i- not al-o
"de.i.l" with the "diad" io.nl. The
lide to the -lorkhohlei- ineeting conhl
ii. ,1 haxe f.illen inii.li -hoit of a fiuieral
pio.e-.-ion aml a xell lol.lied nian
roiihl not ntVonl to .-.111-11111. in. ue thai.
-i eent- w.illh ot riaikei- at -ilrh an
aiinnal inei'tuiK. It i-"e.nrelx -hoit of
I'lnelt.x to tw it hiin of it. Thi- vhani
pion" i not alone a "dead lieat." The
crtnrtl i a lai ue one.
The Supieine I'omt of Addi-on coiuitx
xa.- in a.tnal -e ion one dax onlx.
I'luee ea-e-- weie aruned aml the tnlm
nal adjoiu ned.
The ei iiioiit Coppei .Mining Coni
panx ate aliont putting in i -team dnll
to fa.'llil.ite opeiatioir in theii inin. - in
Vel-liite.
Thoina- Keiinedx ofNoith I )lllilli.x .
-elit SIIMI t a Nexx Voik eoiintel feit
in.uiex r-windh'I. and leieiMil l. e
pie a li.ix i-iintainiiif; tlnee hlo. k- of
wood. Il wa-a eiv piolitalile inxe-l-inent
!
Snmlax xxa- a happx dax f.u two
lliltland chiili'he-. Twelxe ,il-.in-xxele
adlnitti d to iiieml.el -hii in the
l!apti-t ehiui'h. aml thil I x -nine w eie to
the Methodi-t.
ltl I 1 1 It. St. Alli.ui- l"el. .". the lual -
ket wa- fau Ix a. tix e.
in. ,li to I'ail. -II !..-."..
J." to :lllr
aml :!
hoire. :l l..:Ur : -eli-i tion-.
I'hele xxeie .-hiiied Tlii
dax. tnl
1)1. ICiadl
hete on the
- bllltei and 1 Iiom rhee-o.
x. xxho ha- l.een iu jail
haige of liuiiual i.ia. li.-.-
xxheiebx Anna Kolleii lo-t her lil'e. xxa.-leh-ii-i
d on bail b.x .linlge b'.m e. la-t
I'lida.x. The bail wa- eilt doxxu tloiu
.-.".( II III. ,i- lixeil bx .lu-tiie I'aiu-woiih.
t.,.-i..-,(lll;iinl Ml. 1 liiu ..f Highgate e
..I tl,.- Ilix tor"- ln-:ili--t i,.-i"lil...r-. mill
hi-xx ile-bioihei In, in lio-ioii. Ix-eaiiie
l he -un-l it . We do not kuoxx xx liithei
he ha-goiie. hut plobal.lx not to Cau
aila a- the le. ling xxa- mi inten-e thele.
th.i! he lled I'i.iiii il aml i.iin, xxheii
people an- lnoie xx illing Io xxail the -l.m
,l, ol laxx. .Il(i( .1iMciiiri'.
I.'ex. Ml. I'laiig. i i- ht'liuiiig
j (. ,,,,,( ,,un
a- agent ot the Stale
iet.x. He-ii.eeeil-liex.
,.,Mp(. ;mre
I.. II. Slone.
Ti.xii'..i: xm i.. Moiitp. lier and Dan
X ille keep lip llll'il XXeeklx telllpelalll e
aieelii,g. Ml. Di.k.'.x of Sl. .lohu
biux. aildie--ed a lerent meetiug iu
Ilauxille. At the la-l ineeting at Moiit
.. .. vt....l,..., 'I'l...i.i-.- .... .......
j h ' .,, ,. -I,. lKl. t the fa"
I . .... ,.,.,,1,1 n,,t li.- imlillV-i i-n r I..
their ilnnger I'roin thi- evil, hut Ihat
- i .1... r...i r.i.,,,..i.,..,. .1,. .,.1.1 I....I....I.I,
tli I iiiin t in l.t' .m.i t "t o 1 ,uii-li it fioi'n
Ihe laud." t len. Thoiuas spoke xxilha
teiuler appleriation of the -ull'ei ing- of
xx oinen, eail-ed b.x the habit- of intein
peianre of hii-baud or son. .lohn A.
l'age inade the speeeh of the exeuing.
elieitiui: the euthu-ia-m of the audielire.
He had for soiue tinie stood paitiallx
ahxif from pei soual elfoits in the eaiise.
He lemaiked that "he had attendeil
but fexx of the meetings. but if he had
been eoiieetly alxi-ed, their ohjcel xxa
to serute xxhatexer advautage niiglil be
obtained for the teniperame eaiise,
thiough uieasiiies of nioial siuision.
With the xxork of inoral siia.-iou he
loiuiil mi fault. as far as it reaehed, but
he roiisideied it xvhollv inailequate to
arroiupli-h a thoioiigh lefoim. Legal
im asiiies, only, ean stop ihe sale of in
toieatiug liipior.-.
A Iiiattlchoro lover ot the anlent.
ptoriiies hi beverage bx obtailiiug txvo
Ixittle-jiist alike aml tilling one xxith
waler. Coing to the vender he ha- the
einpt.x one lilled, and -ays he xxill pax
ou the luolioxx. The -ellei, alieady
having enoiigh of tliis eiedit, deinamls
the bottle aml routeuts, hut issiupiised
iirxt dax xxlien he liuds the bottle only
routaining a pint of xvater.
The rhair fartorx , lerentl.x hiirneil at
Waterluirx , xxas not oxx ned ln the stale
so its lo. i- nothing. When Ihe nexx
biiildings for the teforiu Sfhool weie
elerted, .Mr. W.li. Fairbauk. the siiper
iiiteinli'lit of tlie srliuol, iiiirhasni of
the -ehool the old biiildiugs for xxhirh
the new xxeie to be a siib-titute. One
ot the.-e biiildiugs he uioveil tloxxn the
liver about txxentx rods, aml had put
iii inarhineix foi uiakiug rhair xxood
oi ln.tt.uii-. .Mr. Faiibank's Io is
S,"i,i;0): itisiiied foi s:t,:!()().
l'atrirk C'oll'ee. il, eommonly ealled
"1'atsex xxas at Xoith Stratton! last
Tliui.-day aml as a train eaiue along
jiiiupeil on to the engine for a tide
lioiiie. .lu.-t as the train started, I'at--e.x
. xxho xxas diunk, fell fioin the rab
xxindow and a car wheel riiished one of
hi.-hi-hamls. One of the train haml-
,,i,rl,l l.iin in -,.,i.- u.ix after he 1V.11
or the train xxonhl have iuu oxei liis
body. Dr. Kohiiison and Adains ainpii -
tnted nll tlie hand cxcept tlip tliiimli
aml loietingpi-. That driinl; didiit pax
- hxpresx.
(Ine day last xxeek.a xxoikinan liained
lioliei t.-on. eniployed in l'ieire'.- mill,
had hoth lnuiils caiight in miiiic part of
tl.e lnarhinery. He pnlled theni ont
miniis nearl.x all tlie llili upon tlie
Jialins and (iimei-s. He w ill at hest he
unlit for l.il.oi for sonie weeks to eoine.
Expregs.
A freight lnakeinaii. ly the nanie of
Haker, fell oni- dax la-t xxeek fioni the
top of the rar. alxiut two miles ahove
liethel. and xa- -eveiely injiued.
At the ineeting of the Mis-i-ipioi &
t'l.xde Kiveis l.'ailio.nl ('onipauy, held
at the 1'iontier Hoiim', at N'oith Troy
la.-t xxeek, I.neiu- Kohin-on of Xexvpoit,
was elerted I'le-iilent, aml (). X. Klkins
of Noith Tiox , Seeietary aml TreaMiler.
The old hoanl of dil ertors was eho-en.
Freight House Thieves.
i m: oi'i:i:.xTnN- .xsn -i ii-i:ji i:nt .xit-i:i:-i
u i in: i xvii iM.fMi:i:i:i:-.
Two nien. xxho gaxe their naines as
Kdxxanl Wam-n and John Washluiru,
haxe lieeii ain--led for laiceiix of good
fioni one of the fieighl hon-e.- of the
I'xi-toii aml Alli.uix railioad. Their
thieviiif; operation-. aceoulilif; to the
eonfe ion of one of Ihein, have lieeii
earried on for xeais on ditl'eieiit railioad-of
Nexx Kngl.iml fioni roitland to
New llaxen, fioni I'.o-tou Io St. Allian-,
aml xe-t to Sprin-;lield. Their
headquaitei- weie in lio-tou, xxiieie
thex .-old mo-t of their pluniler. Thex
lielonj; in Vermont aml aie said to he
re.-iectalil.x eoiuiei-ted. The paitieular
theft xxhieii led to their anest xxas of
four ehests of tea. xxoith alxiut $JI)0,
xxhieii one of llieiu took fioni the freight
hon-e of the Albany load in Woree.-ter.
the othel having gone to Trox to .-ell
Ixxo tnli- of -ngar xxhirh the two had
-toleu aml forxxaided oii the dax ptexi-oil-.
The date- of lhe-e two thefts
xx ei e . 1 : 1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 x "Jltli aml 'J.'ilh.
The ili-eox ei x xxhieii led to the ai-le-t
xxa- the lneie-t areidelit. Tlie
ehe-t-of lea had lx en ronxe.xed b.x liie
thief IV the freight ih pol to the ihxu
ofa giorei near b.x . xx hele he had ealled
a tcaiu-tei to load the gootl- for on
xexam e tothe nieiehaiil'-i'Vple ollire.
Some einploxe- of the giocerx no
tieed the load.jn-t a- the te.ilu -taited.
aml thinking tlie ui.iii had l.een -leal-iug
the tea fioin their pienii-e-. gaxe
ehae. The team xxa- not oxeitakeii.
bilt the uaine on the expies- xxagon xxa-a-ei
laimd. and b.x iiiquiix of the
team-lei. xx ho xxa- 1 1 1 i I - iin-n-pirioit-ot
aiixlhing iil.'giliniate in the tian-ar-tion.
inl,,i nial iuii of the xx heieabont- of
the g.xnl- xxa- leadilx ol.tained. The
eln'-t- xxeie li.Illi.l in tlie expie otliee.
inaiked -.1. II. Ilal. h. Iio.x." A-i-t-anl
eitx uiar-hal Mrl'ailand. of Woi-
e-ter. xxho xxa- eon-iilted. adx i-ed tli.it
the tea he fin xxaidi .l a-mai ked. and he
iinniedialelx t.x.k the train f.u Tiox to
lllten epl tlie llilel xxlien lie eaiue Io gel
the good-. 11.-Ii.iiii.I the paitx xxait
ing loiiml the Tiox epie ..llire. mil
haxiin; leieixi'd xel the Iwo tub- ol
-agai. piex ioii-lx -lolen and -ent foi -wanl.
liie le.i-.iu being thal the liuak
of the Mlddlelielil hii.ige had dela.xed
tiaii-poitatiou. The .Mai-h.il infeiied.
amliightlx. th.ii Ihe in. in xxonhl not
wail iiiin h !niiii-i". bul woidd lake the
liain e.i-twaid. To axoid ihe bothei
of gettini; eMi.uIitioli papei-. he nien
Ix "-hadowed" hiin. and t.iking pa age
on ihe -ame li.'iu. alie-ted liiin al
Spi iiiglield. and held hiin in eu-toih
lill thi- liain learhe.l Woiie-lei.
Meauxxhile. lluoiigh ihe artixit.x of
the Tiox ollnei-. the othei nian xxa-ane-teil
aml l.ioiiuht Io Wone-ler.
Thex weie luoiight beloie Ihe p.ili.e
i-oiiil on Tue-dax . and Wam-n xxa
lined -f Iiki mii.I . o-t- f.u txxo lal.-enie.-.
Itoth ol the eiimiiial- xxeie boiiml oxer
Io the -upeiioi roiiit iu .Max. iu ."INI
boml- foi l.uceiix tl ..in a biiildiliu.
1'heie will Ix- little u-e iu theii getling
bail. a-.l. W. Hihlielh. geiieial fieighl
agi-ut ot the ('oni-oiil laiboad h.i- -ex -eial
x. aiia.il- tile.l aml axxaitin lli. in
Weipioti-: foui- i j t. j,.i,V i.Hi.i- IV ii iheft- tloui Ili
uiediiiiii togood.l i : fiom whi.-h thex haxetaken little
,!,,,,,;,,., ,,f ,uttei.' (Ithei lailload-
looklim atlel llll'il inlele-t-. but tli
-1 1 1 1 1 1 t'eutial, "lli. Ii i-the heaxie-l
lo-el. XX ill II. ,1 l.r able to blilig -uit ful
xxanl ofpio.il. W.i-hliiuii ha- inade a
full n.iilr ion lo Mi . 1'iabtiee. aml it
-.-.-iu- thal hi- leal name i- Johu Ilag
gel IX . Ile 1- bul t xxelit x -one X i .11- old.
and hail-fiom Wooil-Iork. I.. xxheie
Ii. aml Waiien xxeie box- logrthei.
'x ai i en"-u.iiiie i- Kdvxaul Muith. and
I hi
j at
l'.illici i- -aid 1 l.r a bu-iite ui.iii
at Wo.'d-tork. aml xxoith s-1 1 II l.l II N I.
I'hrir flirlld-al Wood-lork kllr.x lloth
iui; ol Ihrii xx heieabi.ut-. aml thex xxeie
xei.x ani. hi-t krep thril leal uaine
serlrl on thi-arrouut. Mnilh i- a linr
lookuig oiiiig iii.iii onlx txxrlilx xe.u-
! old. bul bolh he Illaggritx aie old
I ollemlei-aliil haxe l.een alle-teil Milton-.
Iu lobbing fieighl hou-e- thex
ii-eil to -pot theii g I- in the dax -
tiine aml theii ronu- aioiiuil at daik
! xxhile Ihe xxoiktueii xxeie rlo-iug up thr
hiiihlliig-. aml hrlolethe xx alrhniru had
anixeil tiau-fri the -lulV fiom ihr phit-
foi iii lo llll'il leain. White ihixing lo
Ihe expie olln e. one xxonhl srrape oll
thr ohl mai k-and put ou llirirs. aml
b.x Ihr liinr thr.x le.irhrd the ollii e
thex weir irad.x for shipuieul. Al
M.iurhr-lri. N. II.. thex went to a
fieighl hou-e aml rariird oll' a lot of
biitlri in da.xlight. goiuu: iu aml ont
aiuoiig Ihr eimxd a- if thex lielonged
iheie. At one t inie Wa-hbiu n trax eled
thiough Ihe ea.-teiii pait of Nexx I'.ug
l.iml xxith I'uiirh aml diidx . Wlirurxri
Ihex xxantrd a pair of hoots or a siiit of
rlolhe-. thex watrhed their oppoi tilllilx
aml helpetl theni-elx e-- fiom a store.
w ithout -toppiug lo p.i.x . Their lereipt.
froni tlie buller thefts xxeie ipiite large,
but the nioiiex xxrnt as I'a-I a- it xxas
obtaiiird, for xxoiuen aud fast lix ing.
allhough nt'illici of thein are addirted
todiiuk. llaggerlx xxoiild soiuetiines
roine the pioiis dodge for a ehange, and
ha.- fieiilelitrd the looin- of the Voiing
Meiis t'hri-tiaii A oriatiou. both in
Iio.-tou aml Woire.-ter. One of their
exploits xxa- to steal lifteen tilhs of
butter iu one lot at Winrhr.-ler, X. II.,
take it to lio-tou. and .-ell it to one of
Ihe huge.-t ilralers iu the eitx. Hutter
ha.- been a faxoiite eoinuioditx xxith
theni, aml Washbiirn say.- that the
lo esofthe Veriuoiit ( entral in this
one ai tirle niay be lerkoued by lliiiu
sands of dollars. They took aii.xthiug
xxhirh had a niaiketable valile. Thex
have siipplied the rating hoii.-rs iu Mil
ton xxhirh thex legul.irl.x pattoni.ed
almo-t exrlisix- xxilh hutter.
F.M-.XI'K IK .IllllN .Moltltll.I., I'llK
I'i..xtt-1-.i i:i;ii "FniK-lii ii." -Our lead
ers will leinenihrr the ease of Johu
Monill, the l'latt.-hiiigh liillialdi-t. who
xxas aiiested in Augii-t, 1SI, for set
ling liie to hi- billiaid saloou, aud xvho
xxa- tiied last siiuiinei ou the rhaige.
ronxirteil aml sentenred to seven xears
inipiisouim-nt in (iiuton pii-on at Dan
lieinora. Kvel -inre the alfair ti-.m-.-pired
liis fiiends have iised ever.x eu
deavoi to as.-i-t liiin. -inre liis ronx ic
tioii xxoikiug for a nexx trial. etr. A
shoit tiine agohexvas brought to 1'latts
biirghoiia xxiit oferior, slax ofpioreed
ings, or .-oine other legal teelinicality.
The inalter xxas tleeided bx rouipctelit
aiithoiity on Satuiday aud .Monill xxa
leiiiamlrd to -tate's piison to seive the
leiuainilei of hi-.-entenre. He xvus hehl
in I'h.tt-I.m .rl. i.iil -....I ,.. I...
xe.xed to Daiineuiura Mondax uioining.
1 but took good i-are not to be iu teadi
ness at the appointed tinie aud plare.
Saturilay uight the jailor went hi
rounils at the iisiial lioui' aml put iii-
guests in their little beds. tl to
ralinly repo-e, as l:e supp.,-rd, until
another day. Thele xxere tlnee soldiers
beloiiging 'to lMatt-l.uigli bau-arks, ron
fined for x-arious iniuor oll'eiire-. Tue-e
tlnee orrupii'd re!!-. Xo-. I, v! aud :t,
and Monill xxas a. igned to Xo. -J. llo
fore going in, the oceiipants of these
four eells jmt up a job xvhirh they af
terxvartl sueccssfullx xxorked. One of
the .-oldiri.- tied up the bed in hi- rell
to look as if orriipied, aml theii seeirted
hiinself in soiue oiit-of-the-way plaee1
and esrapeil ob.-ervatiou. Hi.- i-rll xxas
lueked . and all the olhers. their or-
i-tlpants being iu-ide, xxeie al-o seruird.
Soinetiine duiing the night the riaftx
seix'ant of 1'nrle Sain enieiged fioni
liis hiding plare, aml taking the stoxe
xxrenrh belougiiig to the stoxe iu the
"hig rooin,' proreeded to ielea.-e hi-
roiupaniuns li their rells. Thi- he
rould easilx do bx pr.xingotflhe loxxer'
hiuge ou eaeh door. Xe.xl all adjoiitu
ed to rell Xo. I, xxhirh xxas rlo-e'to the
iron door leading mto thr niaiii hall,
hut xxas built aliiug hr.xoml thi-.so that
bx teaiing out the . -ide xxallofthe rell
they xxere euabled to gain arrt-s- to the
hall out-ide the gleat ilooi. This xxa
readily arroiiipli.-lied, and oue light
door being xvieiii-hed open, the pti-on-ers
stood in the hanginan.- xanl.'
Sraling the pirkrts, thex xxeie uoxx fn-e.
Ilere it seeia- Monill palted rouipan.x
xxith the suldieis aml pioreeiled lo the
stable of hi- falhei-in-lax. Heie he
stole a hoise aml an oxeieoal haxiug
S.-.IH.I in one of the porket-, aml uo doubt
luade exrellent tiine, a- nothing -inre
has been heanl of hiiu. The -oltlieis.
liol so luitiinate, xxeie leraptuied at
Altona, .Mondax nioiniiig. aiul are noxx
onre innie iii diiranre xile. SheiilV
l'amlall oll'er.- ..")0(l for the leeaptute of
.Monill. Allogether it xxa- a xxell plan
ued aud skilfull.x arroiupli-hrd e-rapr.
.Monill will probably iuii an.x li-k lath
er thau that of briiig letaken aml it i
doiihtful xxhcthel he i- exel raught.
Hniliii'ilini '( I'nsx.
The Late Judg-e Shafter.
We rlii Ihe folloxxiliguolire fioin the
San Fianri-ro Ititllttin. Judge Shaltei
xxa- foriuril.x a n ideut of 'ei nioiil aml
xxa-xxell kiioxxu bx niaux of out lead-er-
in this -i . li.ui :
At thr oprniiig of thr Twelfth Di--tiirt
I'ouil. ,lau. Mi. II. !'.. lliuhioii
addu ed ihe t'ouil siib-t.intiallx a
follows: .Ml. Highton leteiied frrliligl.x to thi
rlo-e lelatiou- thal lolig exi-led l.rtxxern
hiin .ill.l Judge Shaftei and ihr -lioug
tie.- of giatitmle aud ir-prrl that iiiu-l
exei I, in.l hi- lie.iil to the uieuioix of
the ilrern-ril. Ile theii -ketrhrif thr
hi-toi x of hi- lil'e. li fei led lo hi- atu e
trx, hi- phx-iral aud in. iit.il xigoi. hi-stiidiou-h.iliit-.
hi-eniiiieiire foi le.un-
iug aud hi- high rhai.irtei iu ihr -tatr
j of Vrimout, aml hi- bu-inr -u.
,iii. I pi ,'i ioual aml politiral liiuinpli-
, in Califoinia. Judge .-haflei -aid thr
-peakei, xxa-einplo.xeil in -o inanx iui
poitalit ra-e-. both foi ihe publir aud
l toi piixate iinlix i.lual-. ihat it xxonhl be
: iiupo-.-ilile to euuinnute tliem. and.
I ixhile he -oiight ob-rurilx. the lil-tie of
hl-siirre. attrarlrd daii.x liotirr. Ilr
lookrd glrat, aud he wa- gleat. both a-
' a laxx xer aml as a nian. Whethei he
addle ed a rouit on a roiuplir.ilrd
iiir-lion oi a juix ou i ur-of l'art. but
! r-lrriall.x iu thr tonuri situatioii. hr
xxa.- alwa.x.- -uir ol'an audirnrr. Hnr.
I iu thi- .i.iiil-i.n.iii. 1 can lerall hi- i
-ixr head aud hi- gi.ind t.irr. maikril
xxith thr funoxxs of thoiight and ihr
, linr-of a stioug iudix idiialit.x . a- xxith
that pri frrt -rlf-po r ion xxhirh lairl.x
loi-i.ok hiin. aml xxilh Miak-pei tan li.-h
iifswof laiiguagf aud iinagrrx, Iu- de
pirlrd to txxrlxr euiaptliied jmoi- ihe
i natiiif and iiiip.il lan.-r of .''11.11111-1.111-tial
rx idrnrf. I . an irniriubri. xxilh
-laitliug xixidur . thr iuieii-e 1l1a1n.it
ir pi.wei. .1- di-tingiii-hi d l'i 1 1 1 the
; meh.-d it it- -riiil.l.iii.-,- ut p..wei.
xxilh xxhirh In- ml.ju-tnl ihr guxeiiiiug
fart-to ihe goxrining piinriilr- of hi-
ra-e. Illllll thr Ulrlllal pirllllr lilrlall.X
gloxxrd brloir hi- aildiloi-. Tho-e
weie ihe Augu-taii dax- of 0111 hxal
,liai. I.'amlolph. L.x kxx'ooil. MrD..ii-.ill
aud Williani-. I'.akrr and Trar.x . gaxe
to 0111 foieii-ir t oule-l- a life aml eani-e-l
iu xxhirh noxx thex laiel.x po r .
lillt 111 t it- eioxxd ol abl 11. - uir of
thrlll -lill rouuertillg thr old geliriation
and thr nrw. ulm llini a.l.niu.l oiu
I piotr ion. Judge Shaltei -lo.xl pioba
blx ihr eellttal liglllr. 1 11 elo-elir of
1 logir. iu extenl of eiuilitiou iu xeib.il
eliMpieiiee. ili xx il. in hiiuioi. iu -.ilin-.
iii an.x one of thr-e x .11 n l ie-of poxxei,
he 111. ix hax e been riii.dh il. Iuu iu all
1 roml.im-il he xxa- a iiiedlx xxilhout a
peei.
i Iu slu.l t. -il , he had iu liilu the ele
j uieut- tliat make .1 m. 111 aml piep.ue au
I iinuioilal. Ile xxa.- gleat iii uiiiiil aud
i in gooilne. . Aml, soiuexx heie amoug
1 the -tais. iu iurira-rd -lienglh aiul
! beaut.x. hi-soul aml -piiit lixe. uneiu
Ibatr.i rtl b.x phx.-iral p.iiu aml x-.rak
I ne : and. xxhile he fullill- hi- mi ion
thrie. lli- iutlrelire -hall -111 x ix e. exen
ihough Iii- meiuoi.x I.iil aiuong uir: .
, I inoxe that. in ie-pret to the nieiuo
j rx ofthelale II011. O-rar L. haflei.
' Ibl nirl l.x our of the Jll-lire-of the Su
! piruir rouil of thi-state. thi-roiii I do
I uow -tauil ail.jouim d uiilil to-uioiioxx
I (Tuesila.x ) luolliing. al teli o'rlork.
Rum Rampnrt.
Wr elip the folloxxing I'loin the Nexx
poit Expn-M, it being a pol I ion of a
roiiiiuuuiration fioni S. Johiisbuix to
that paprr.
La-t .-aliinla.x txvo young ineii. xxoik
inen iu the Faii banks' .-hop, xxeie sreu
alxuif a boxxliiig saloon iu this xillage.
iu a state of exideut iutoxiration. A
short tiine afler a gentleinaii xxrut iuto
the plare aml, 011 iuipiii iug foi oue of
thein, xxas told that he xxa- in another
rooiu ilrinik: He fouiiil the x oiing iiiau,
a diigusting and pilahle olijrrt, but
xxith leason enoiigh left to lerognize
hiiu aml tealize hi- romlitiou. "Foi
I'od's sake take ine out of this arruised
Iiole,'' said he : "take ine axxay and let
nit' (lip." Young iiiau, he xxa- onre a
stiong to te.-i-t teinptatiou a- xoii aie.
j Hr rould "diiuk a gla.-s of liquoi aml
.-top theie." Look at hiiu to-tlax aml
iinagine yoiir oxx 11 feeliiig-.--the uiad-
deiiing, toituiiug, vaili legiel- xx hirh
xxoiild po.-sess jiiur iniliil. xxeie xoii iu
liis placc. (iive the .-ubjrrt sobri. srr
. ontl thoiight, aud llirn, it xou daie I'ol
loxv in hi-foot.-tep-. fieipieiit the-ehell-I111111
hole-. make llio.-e xxhi.in he ealled
hi- fiiemls xour fiieml-. -take .xoui
soul as hestakril hi-. aml then lake Ihe
I fearful roiiseipienre.
Di-(;r-TKi Fiukxikn. Jiist lx-foie;
I tive o'clork last exening a xouui; 111,1111
rii-hed into the Kiillinrh-stieet Kngiiie '
House, aml after pausing for a iiioineiit 1
to legain liis bieath. aumium-eil that a '
' house in Hanover slieet xxas "all ofa'
blaze. The new liahrnek rhruiiral en
gine was disputched at onre. arronipa
uietl by iiieiubers of Kngine Four, aml
the ln-iiiaiice Coiupauy, aud xxlien
i half-xxay down tlie stieet saw a laige!
:i 11 it ii 11 1 of suioke i uing froin the up
per xviutloxxs of a xxooden hou-e.
Tlie engine xxa- run up to the xxalk.
the ho-e xvas attaehed, aml Huiuphiex
xxas about to upon the acid xalve xxhrn
a l'olieeinan 1111 theoppo-ite .-itle of ihe
street sliouteil, "I xxuiildu't go iu thele
if I xvere yoii : theie's been a ease of
sinall-pox and the Health Departnient
is fuinigating the huilding." For a
inouient the liieiueu looked blank and
theii di.-giisted, aml a nioiuent latter
thr diivrr xxas left alone to get his 111:1
rhinr hoiue. Fiiinigatiou is not noxx a
popular -iilijet-t in Hultiui-h street, aml
lieison- hax ing due leganl for their
health make 110 allu-iou to it xxhile iu
that paitiritlar iieighboihood. Hiuttoit
liiuntal.
A Lomlciu detei-tive put hi- heatliiito
an omiiilius one day. ,jn-t as it xxas
-taitingoir. xxith the leiuaik. "I'as.-en-geis
xxill do well to look out for their
porket book-. Theie aie txxo luein
liels of the sxxell luob in this "bus."
Theieupou a gtave-looking ohl gentle
inaii, xxith exe-glas.-es aml a gohl head
etl raue, ha.-til.x got out. sax ing. "If
that's the ease. I xxou't go ill this 'hus.'"
ile was followed bx a rleriral-looking
geiitleman. with a xxhitr rhoker. xxho
rruiaikrtl that he xxoultlu't lide in siirh
t'oniiaux. Aml then the tleterlive
rlo-etl the tloor. and shouted to the
iliixer. "All right ; diiveoii: they'xe
not out." We ilon't inean lobe iinkiml.
but leall.x the stoi.x i-an old one, and'
xxe haxe 110 exeu.-e lor jiubli-hiiig it.
rxrept that Senator I,attelsoll- iathetir I
-ierrh, the other dax. about leaxing
pilblie life xxith pleasuie, if thing- xxeie j
going on in thisxxax.aml then Iiiother
II ai lau's folloxx iug hiiu out xx ith lemaiks I
iii a -imilar tone. leralletl the riiruin- .
-taure. Xiic )'(;. Smi.
Personal. I
Di.,1. M ('nirier. Siiigeoii-Ceueral
of Veiiuont. of .Melndoes Fall-, eolitrin-plale-
uiox ingto liuilingtoii next spiiug.
xx hrir he iiiteud- to tlevote the Arcliiei rn
nl' Srivnrv to luoie ioiular reading niat
tei aml exteml its eiri'iilation and iise
liilm .
Hon. Oeo. 1'. .Mai-h is the onlx per--011
noxx lillmg ihe po-itiou of Foieign
Miui-tel, who lereixed hi-appointiueut
fiom I'lr-iilriit l.in.'oln.
Firdriirk liilliug- of Woodslork. is
the Nrllnolit ineiilbei of the (Jieelex
.Moiiiiim-ul ( 'ouimittee.
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of Frank H anl Sarah I' riifford, act d 3 yearK and
3 Ilintitlis.
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St. .I,,liii-I,urj. .I.iu.3.1. i-n.
Old Books must be closed up
All I.. TH..IH haxiit" mi-.tll.'.l lm-in. uill, thn
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S. S. C.III'I.II.
XV.--.I ri.ius.nl. Vt.. Kcl, 1(1. 1-73. STi..
HOGAN & MUDGE'S
MHTSTHELS
Burlesque Troupe di Brass Band.
20
Star Performers,
l Hall. !'.,
n;:!, t i.uU
Wodnesday and Thursday,
K. l, Jt! au.l i'7 1-73
CARO OF ADMISSION, 25 and 50 CTS.
M-M .1 T SUIIISK Ak.-iiI
The Plaee to Purchase
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
III i..-Jtl all xaii.ti.-s as
(-..iii.t-. All..-. Ili.i 11, ,i-. t.-. CiMtin-Ims-is,
(lii lit--tia ('iiii-ls; .,1 llia-s
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t.li-ls. rh.li..h, l. I i,ii an.l Ci iiiiali Art.ii"
il.s.ns Vh.lms au.l liuitals Vi,.l..n.rll..s i
Hi.ill.h- l:..-r. r..ii.'.itii,a- l lunu.i.
lla.liii,,nu-a I'im.,-. Xlii-u- II., t-.,
. han.li-,-1
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Melndoes Falls Academy.
Tln-linn l.iin..f llu, lNiitiiiin , iiii,i ,
nTti.-s.tax 1VI. t;.-., Is7:i.
:itX' llll'MA-MAKM.N I'iii,
Peacham lAcademy.
I h.' SiniiiK T.l iii l.. ;iiis ..ii
rricsn.ir n:n. ,;, .st.v.
C. A. Bunker. Princinal.
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.IllllN V XUM XI. .Ir s
racliain. X'l t.-l. l 1-7:1
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HOLDERS OF U. S. 5-20 BONDS,
an irali7r a
PROFIT OF 30 PerCent.,
I'-V.!','"'"""1,""-; ""'"' f"r Fii;-i H(ii:ti;.xi;i.
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s.lxrs.,t thr .lian.r A.,K .11
I lr-I Natl..,al Ikink St .lohlisl.urx
.1.111 .11 I-..I :J11
Administrator's Sale !
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Resident Land Sale.
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.X.I.V. l-XAI 1: llllI sl'K.N lii-l r,.ii-.,l,l,
PhOFIT AND SAFETY.
! portland and
Qgdonsburg
failroad
""runk
I Line to the
ERMONT At'ntiC,
gjearly
V
UIVIblUN Dono
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l.at,
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, NEW GOODS !
Iuii n-ceivini; at
I
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Pumishing Goods !
AND FANCY COODS
a.laptnl t.i tln- -r-,.u-
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j Lecture Course for 1872-3.
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Single Tickets, 40 Cents,
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What You can See
1
Sporting and Smokers'
, 'Ihe IIai..l-.,i...st iil.l ( 1,,,-k in thr riniut)
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CIGARS AND TOBACCO
al ulii.lr-alr au.l Irlall III tht- C.niul
Ihr hu.sl H-H..IIIH, ut ..I M.ris.haiiiti an.l llnal
Pipes and Holders
III thr Stale
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III.lll.!lll l:i!l..s. sl, Cnils. I.'rl.,lxrl, l'lalul,
IW.ln Flasks Sh I'.mi, ,rs au.l Hrlls, l.,,ka
S.lls. Xi,i,l,- 1'mw.I.i sl,i (a, rallli.lirra,
-h., tm XX a.I.lus. Ai- A.
The Prettiest Store in tlie County.
'nll in ttiitl Sri- ij II is nnl kii
'CHARLES S. KASTINGS, Prop'r.
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! KOK FA.MILV I SK.
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HALFORD
LEICESTERSHIRE
TABLE SAUCE
I
The Best Sauco and Relish
i Made in aiiy Part ol' tlie World
j Ftn:
' FAMILY USE.
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311 I'KNTl.
For Sale by all Crocers.
I. B. CORHAM
Invites the Attention of All
l... alr.il...ut hli vil,,:
Boots and Shoes!
I.. I.ls lalijr an.l c.,i,i,l. Ir -l.s k ol
STANDARD COODS!
IIIH.lr ht Ihr
.Mo-I Keliable .Xlamiliiellli ers,
aml alr s.-lhui: at vnt l..w lii-r
AT THE OLD STAND OF
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itai
Buy the Lock Wire SPRING BED I
I
FRANCIS SWITSER
.- rx. Illsitr llh ui..uilla lillr aml I..1
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inr.-ial. ol Vrrinonl Also
LOUNGES & MATTItESSES
..lallkin.ls aml .1 .kI .t.K'k ol f.h..llrix li.s,d.
.onstMtitlt 011 han.l l!.,.urin1: "lonr at shoitm.ti.r
BARBER SHOP.
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Sjiecial Discount for (Jash:
XX r sh.,11 ...ullli,,, . i t. iur.rut t.. uiakr tl
..u-lisi'..iits t,. I'ash Uutrra as xtr hatril..!
! ,Iuiiuk Ih- last "l..itt .l.i)s.''
All Kinds of Barter Taken
111 rlihani;.' lol C.saU
xvooniii nv .x; m ssi:i.i
XX'rst CoiuoiJ. .Iau H 1-ri M
WILLCOX & CIBBS
Sewing Machine Co.'j
llrauih liilu.
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roa.l Stus t Sl .l.iliushui). VI
Trial of Machiuea ixeu at )our "holnr.
striiitiou. frt. Maihiiu-B of othir tuak,
111 f-xchaui!i' Kasx trriii of iiatmrut
xltl. iu
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Attath
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